Panasonic Digital Document Company Names New President13 Jul, 2005
Panasonic Digital Document Company Names New President
Steve Mullin has been named president of Panasonic Digital Document Company. Mullin replaces Ted LeBlanc, who left the company due to philosophical differences.
Mullin, who has held various senior management positions with several Panasonic companies over the past 20 years, most recently served as vice president of PDDC.
Panasonic also named Tony Bhandari PDDC director of sales. Bhandari, a 23-year Panasonic employee, was most recently responsible for successfully promoting new business programs and technologies for Panasonic Industrial Company.
Panasonic remains solidly committed to its dealers and the document imaging industry, as evidenced by the highly successful launch of the C3 Series in April. Sales of the C3 Series have greatly exceeded Panasonic's expectations, and June was the best sales month of FY 2005 to date.
PDDC will continue to aggressively build sales momentum with innovative products such as the new C3 series, the KV-S3065CL color production scanner, which received a 2005 AIIM Best of Show Award, and a host of other technologically advanced products that are designed to meet the ever-changing business needs of its customers.